The Electronics Program prepares individuals to apply electronic engineering principles and technical skills in the fields of instrumentation and industrial control systems, digital and analog circuits, automated manufacturing and robotics, manufacturing and facilities maintenance, embedded microcontrollers, and telecommunications systems.
This program prepares individuals with knowledge and skills in the areas of AC/DC electronics, digital and analog circuits, use of electronic test equipment, use of computers for analysis and problem solving, reading electrical schematics and system diagrams, scientific methods, and problem solving skills.
Individuals are also able to select elective credits from a variety of other knowledge and skill areas such as programmable logic controllers (PLCs), industrial automation, process control systems, instrumentation techniques and calibration, microcomputer hardware and network support, computer programming, telecommunications systems, computer aided drafting, and statistical process control.
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